Identity Thieves Are Trying to Loot Annuities
Nebraska regulators have heard of break-in attempts taking place across the country.
Guggenheim's CEO Is Said to Seek Control of Insurer in Shake-Up
An unnamed source says the company could close the ETF unit sale within a month.
3 Tech Strategies for Launching Annuities Faster
Issuers may have to be prepared to continue to keep turning on a dime for many years to come.
California Governor Signs Annuity Cash Surrender Bill
The state law created by A.B. 1398 will set procedural rules for annuity cash surrenders.
Annuity Regulatory Climate Looks Mild: Analyst
Ryan Krueger of Keefe, Bruyette sees federal agencies moving in a helpful direction.
Q2 Annuity Sales Look Better: IRI
The institute becomes the latest group to see the year-over-year decline in annuity sales slowing.
Annuities Now Pay More Than CDs: AnnuityAdvantage
A firm analysis shows the top-yielding 5-year fixed annuity pays 3.15%.
3 New Thoughts From the AXA US Individual Annuities Chief
Kevin Kennedy is running an annuity operation where sales are up, year over year.
U.S. Individual Annuity Sales Drop Slows: LIMRA
Variable annuity separate accounts and indexed annuities performed better than the market as a whole.
3 Good Closing Lines, 3 Bad Closing Lines
Sometimes, clients who need your products also need a little extra help getting to 'yes.'